Kentish Express Folkestone - 24 Oct 2013

Table of content - Kentish Express Folkestone (24 Oct 2013)

Thug caught by online boasts
Attacker who left victim in a pool of blood told of beating on Facebook
Puppies and beagle mum dumped in a box in field
Apprenticeships praised as jobless figures fall
Lorry sheds its load of lard – on a slip road
Message on website led police to pub attack man
Online tributes to depot worker killed by dustcart
Toilets ‘death threat’ calls arrest
Thieving care home manager stole thousands from resident
New brew celebrates our mayors
Missing dog found on A20 as hundreds join search
Say cheese for a great photo op
Hopes of a new Dungeness power station
Positive words from energy minister
Fencing Sheds, Gates and more...
High-stakes machines take millions
Jobs hopefuls apply for career lift-off at airport
Medium will bring spiritual healing
Exhibition trawls fishy past
Don’t try to gamble your way out of debt
Aren’t there enough memorials already?
Corrections and clarifications
People wanted places to grieve for dead
Historic gems sacrificed for development
Proud to see seventh book published
Era when British cars ruled the road
Pair hit teenager and knocked woman’s tooth out in rampage
The Bell is gone – but it’s only for a tune-up
Fraudster ‘too sick for sentencing’
Pensioner, 65, knocked over in bag theft
Plans for sports pavilion and heritage centre… but forget about a pool
Bookies raided by masked axemen
Ale fans spoiled for choice
Builders win OK to chop down old oak
Secret plans if Hitler invaded
Rotary members treated to a high-powered tour
Discovering God through activities
Railway talk
Early meeting
Going acoustic
Got a story?
Quad crash victim ‘experienced rider’
More GP support for mental health patients
Tyre pressure not the cause
Four-year-old Blue Tobin from Ashford has astounded doctors, becoming a beacon of hope for thousands who have followed his battle for life as reporter Mary discovered when she met him and his mum Francesca
‘The boy’s made of steel
– he’s a superhero’
Bone marrow transplant saved Blue’s life
Malcolm’s part in Town’s great cup run of the Fifties
Concert couple’s Russian recital
Freaky fun for creepy children
Festival’s fusion of global flavour
Highways boss: We’re ready for winter
Railway rescue highlights first aid training priority
All change at village pub
Clock-change smoke alarm reminder
Grammar in 3D tech pilot
Lib Dems’ quiz night open to all
Half-term maths and English fun
Air ambulance Xmas catalogue
Dance fitness
Music night
Schools closed as teachers go on strike
Freemasons’ gift of £33,000 to good causes
Five new nurses to provide cancer care
School flies flag across Europe
Films premiered for hard of hearing charity
Morning of coffee and cakes for cancer care
Cash in with John Lewis
Numbers of food bank recipients treble in year
Gym support
BHF donations
Let us know
Group make a difference
Fundraiser helps boss towards charity climb
Ban driver jailed
New manager excited by future at St Mary’s
Guilty driver
Home for family
Thomas to turn on town’s lights
Coffee morning
Hospice is busy
White lion cubs have a ball with a pumpkin
73lb whopper needed a two-man lift
Treasure hunt and scary fun
Farmer’s fury at school open-night traffic chaos
Cook contest for youngsters
Primary will hold boot fair
Victims’ advice
A real sense of satisfaction
The rumour factory has been in full swing
It’s great for job interviews!
Concern over farm proposals
Drop in number of suffering goldcrests
Market Prices
Pupils’ wartime project to see life as evacuees
Wet weather fails to upset the apple fair
Wave of light honours
Honours lost little loved ones
Festival flashback for the Hop Farm
Hair-raising ride for kids needing cuts
Gizmos to help make life easier
Drink-driver’s ban
Fracking applications should be refused: agency
New arrivals cause confusion at animal park
Firework safety
Reading group for gay women
Church book
Knife and drugs
Barn film show
Seasonal crime
Orchid group’s autumn show
Autumn encapsulated
First youth post to be filled at second attempt
Town’s growing reputation is key to county prosperity
Colleagues say a fond farewell after 45 years
School caterer in delight at national win
Drop in dole
Builder fined
Priority focus
Xmas licence
Arts, Crafts and Hobbies
Horses and Ponies
Sound and Vision
The Suzuki SX4 S-Cross is one of the sharpest family cars around, as reports.
Motorcycles/ Mopeds
Cars for Sale
Course records tumble
Competitors struggle as fish stay away
Winning run ends
Highs and lows for five-star Optimists
Breaking sports news every day at
Ladies maintain unbeaten start with hard-fought away victory
Dagger cuts open defence as Stones cruise through
Aqua crowned regional champions
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Button try the only highlight
United cruise through in cup
Invicta knock out two-time winners as Ter Horst stars
Cloke at the double in professional display
Kent Football Match Centre, Saturday 2.30pm
County cup disappointment
Keeper’s finishing touch
Peter Pain Div 2 Cup
Van Helen Div 1 Cup
Division 2
Division 1
Division 3
Premier Division
Weddings rob Town of three best men
Dolan secures first home win of the season
Aqua make a splash with regional success
Fabian keen on four-day opportunity

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